Frequently Asked Questions
I'm not moving for months. When should I schedule my free, no-obligation consultation?
Today! There are many aspects to a move to consider including downsizing, organizing, sorting, packing, physical labor, equipment, unpacking, and staging to live and/or sell. This process can be phased out over the span of a few months, allowing you to work at your own pace and alleviate stress by spreading out payments.
Do you perform the actual physical labor?
You can rest easy knowing that our team of professionally-trained and trusted members will be the only people handling your valued possessions. Most move managers will outsource the task of the physical labor to a moving company. We provide peace of mind by working with you side by side throughout the entire process.
I can take care of the packing on my own. What if I don't need you to handle all aspects of the move?
Our team will do as much or as little as you need. Whether you simply need help with one step along the way or need us to take care of the entire transition, we will structure our services according to your individual situation.
I have a cluttered attic, garage, shed, storage locker and/or barn. Is this something you can service?
Yes! We will help you get rid of excess items in any space. Let us take care of the dirty work for you.
I'm not sure if all of my belongings will fit in my new home. How can I find out?
During the planning process, we can measure rooms and furniture and utilize floor plans to ensure that your items will fit in your new home safely and functionally.
I have friends and/or family members that could use these items. Would you deliver them as well?
As long as the new location is in our territory, we can deliver them as well. If friends or family are outside of the state of Maryland, we can also coordinate safe transport for your items.
Where will you be taking my excess and/or unwanted items?
All items will be assessed based on it's ability to be sold or donated first. If an item cannot be sold or reused, it will be taken to a recycling center or landfill.